Hit and runs are one of the worst kinds of accidents you can suffer in Missouri. The person who inflicted harm on you isn’t willing to step up and take responsibility for what they’ve done. Tracking down the at fault party to hold them accountable for your injuries depends largely on what you do following the collision.
Understanding Missouri Uninsured Motorist laws can be challenging. Uninsured motorist insurance is a type of coverage that comes into play when another driver involved in an accident does not have car insurance. Although the state requires every driver to carry liability insurance, thousands do not have it.
Car accidents are, by nature, unpredictable. However, there are certain places where car crashes occur on a more regular basis. Knowing these patterns can help reduce the risk of an incident. In this article, we cover a few common accident scenarios and what you can do to avoid becoming a statistic.
Despite fewer drivers on Missouri roads due to the ongoing Coronavirus outbreak and springtime stay-at-home orders, Missouri state troopers say they have seen a three percent increase in traffic fatalities for the year. Data from the Missouri State Highway Patrol show there were 174 deaths as of April 5th, compared with 168 deaths in the same time frame in 2019.
Goldblatt + Singer is proud to sponsor MADD’s annual Walk Like MADD & 5K Race in St. Louis. MADD was founded by a mother whose daughter was killed by a drunk driver. This amazing organization combats drunk driving by ensuring that our community fully appreciates the dangers of drunk driving and by deterring people from getting behind the wheel while drunk.
Five people lost their lives today in St. Louis car accidents.
In downtown St. Louis, two people were killed when their vehicle struck an interstate overpass on Highway 44.
Two pedestrians walking on a sidewalk at the intersection of Kienlen and Evanston avenues in Wellston were fatally struck when a car veered onto the sidewalk to avoid a collision with another car.